7 Star Wars Cocktails to Make Your Holidays Merry and Bright

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By Ashley Skidmore | More Articles
November 30, 2015  10:39 PM

What do holidays, family gatherings, and The Force Awakens parties have in common?  They’re all perfect opportunities to try out themed cocktails! 

Take your guests on a tour across a galaxy far, far away with these Star Wars inspired drinks.  Be careful:  The last one might blow you away.   

1Bantha Milk

via drinkinginamerica


3 oz. milk
1 oz. cream
1 oz. coconut rum
1 oz. amaretto
2 oz. blue curacao

Shake everything up with ice and pour it into a chilled glass. 

2Tatooine Sunset

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1-2 ounces Skyy vodka
Orange juice
1 slice orange
1 slice lemon
1/2 ounce cherry brandy


In a tall glass filled with ice, pour the vodka, then fill it most of the way full with orange juice and lemonade, and stir.

Add a lemon and orange.

Slowly pour in the brandy and grenadine.


via thedrunkenmoogle


.5 oz Creme de Cocao
.5 oz Creme de Menthe
1 oz Kahlua
2.5 oz Cream

4Dagobah Swamp Soda

via geekgirlbrunch


2 oz Bacardi® light rum
1/2 oz peppermint schnapps
1/2 oz Grey Goose® Le Citron vodka (or other lime vodka)
1/2 lime (about 4 wedges)
12 fresh mint leaves
3 oz club soda
2 tsp sugar


5Qui-Gon Gin

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1 oz Gin
2 oz Melon liquor
1 splash Lime juice
Fill with Tonic water
1 Lime wedge 

Mix the first three ingredients in a highball glass and top with tonic water.

Garnish with a lime wedge and, if possible, use a green glow stick as a stir.

6Han Solo

via idrink


1.5oz Coffee Liqueur
3oz Irish Cream
2.25 oz Vodka

Mix together with crushed ice in a glass and garnish with mint leaves.

7Death Star

via geekyhostess


1 oz Jagermeister
1 oz triple sec
1 oz vodka
1 oz whiskey
2 oz sweet and sour mix
2 oz (or more) cola

Place all ingredients into a glass with a Death Star ice sphere in it.

Stir to mix ingredients.

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Ashley Skidmore is a staunch advocate of the Han Shot First movement. When she's not exploring a galaxy far, far away, she's an associate professor of English and the creator of the webcomic Dip at dipcomic.tumblr.com. Ashley hopes to find a monster under her bed someday. If she does, you'll be able to read about it here...
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